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Ottobock Donning Lubricant Spray for Prosthetic Liners

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Ottobock Donning Lubricant Spray for Prosthetic Liners

by Ottobock



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  • An absolute necessity for putting on your prosthetic liner that doesn't have a fabric outer layer
  • Prevents silicone or gel material from sticking to itself when rolling onto to your limb
  • Isopropyl Alcohol
  • Safe for all silicone
  • 45 ml spray bottle, sold each

Ottobock Donning Spray for Silicone Liners is an Isopropyl Alcohol based prosthetic product used for rolling on silicone or gel liners onto your residual limb. If you ever attempted to roll on a silicone or gel liner without prosthetic lubricant it most likely ended in complete frustration and you having pull versus roll your prosthetic liner on. Ottobock Donning Spray is for use with prosthetic liners that do not have a fabric outer covering.

All prosthetic liners are designed to be rolled on versus pulled on. By rolling your liner on you avoid wrinkles in the liner, air from being trapped inside—which causes excessive perspiration—and prevents skin irritation along the top edge of the liner from a pulling affect.


Isopropyl alcohol and water

Directions for Use

To apply you must first reflect your liner inside out. Then spray a moderate amount (2-3 sprays) to the inside (actually the exterior liner surface) of your reflected liner with Ottobock Donning Spray. Wipe any excess lubricant. Now you can simply roll your prosthetic liner on with ease.


Contains isopropyl alcohol: when using isopropyl alcohol as a lubricant, be careful not to trap any between the liner and your skin. This may cause skin irritation. For external use only. Flammable keep away from fire or flame.


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